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Charles Smith writes to his northern friend:
> Got a recipe for crow?
> Methinks you need several healthy helpings.

In the mid to late 90's, I was given a book to review, which - actually - is a very nice little volume:

"Eat Like a Wild Man - The Ultimate Game and Fish Cookbook - 110 Years of Great Sports Afield Recipes" - compiled by Rebecca Gray and published by Willow Creek Press.

....anyway, Charles' post sent me to the back room to retrieve this, as Paul seemed to be at a loss for appropriate recipes. The volume has two offerings, attributed to Bill Palmroth in 1992. I offer them here with no recommendation, as I have tried neither. In the book they fall between the recipes for Fruit Bat and Brunswick Stew. I can attest to the goodness of the stew, as for the bat - that's up for grabs until I have one to cook. See also Crow Stew

CROW SANDWICH SPREAD (sounds good already, right?)
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1 crow, breast and legs boiled
1 tsp. mustard
1 small onion, minced
Salt & pepper to taste
1 tbsp mayonnaise
Dash of paprika

Inspect boiled meat and remove all bones, run through a meat chopper. Add mustard, onion, salt, pepper and mayo. Paprika to taste.

May be kept for a reasonable length of time in the fridge (or immediately "tossed", as in lunch...)

- ecce quam bonum! -
Andrew, GAWD I love an election (oh - I thought you said "erection...")

Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2004
From: Andrew H. Auld
Subject: For Paul and Charles: Was: I've been looking forward to this for over four years.